Free Wine? At a Bryce Event? Believe It or Not!

You. Yes you! Want to come out to what might be the only time wine is served at one of my book events? That’s right, people. Free wine! You can have mine. I won’t be drinking it–I’ll be the one eating all the free cheese and oh-so-alluring “refreshments.” (What could they be? Meatballs? Crackers? Beanie Weenies? The suspense is killing me!)

But in any case, next week, my university is throwing a shindig for all the peoples who published books at the university the past year. They’re inviting the “UMF Community and Friends.” That means you. If you’re reading this, you’re invited.

The basics? Tuesday November 13th from 4:00-6:00pm at the Emery Community Arts Center. Come on out, say hello, and meet a slew of cool university-type peoples. Hope to see you there!

Here’s the exact announcement:

UMF’s Book Authors for 2011 and 2012

Drew Barton et al., The Changing Nature of the Maine Woods (University Press of New England, 2012)
Kristen Case, American Pragmatism and Poetic Practice 
(Camden House, 2011)
Libby G. Cohen and Loraine Spenciner, Assessment of Children and Youth with Special Needs 
(4th edition, Pearson, 2011)
Elizabeth Cooke and Jon Oplinger, The Wicked Small People of Whiskey Bridge (iUniverse 2011)
Amy Fried and Jim Melcher, Tea Party Talk — the Governors (CreateSpace, 2012)
Bryce Moore, Vodnik (Tu, 2012)
Patricia O’Donnell, Necessary Places 
(Cadent, 2012)
Jennifer Reid, Religion, Writing, and Colonial Resistance 
(Davies Group, 2011)
Patricia H. Williams, ed., 
Annual Editions: The Family, (39th edition, McGrawHill/Dushkin, 2012)
Luann Yetter, Portland’s Past: Stories from the City by the Sea (History Press, 2011)
Shana Youngdahl, History, Advice & Other Half-Truths (Stephen F. Austin University Press, 2012) 

Tuesday, November 13, 2012, 4:00-6:00 p.m.

Emery Community Arts Center

Program to begin at 4:30 p.m.

Wine, cheese, refreshments

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